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as secretary of state. hillary gives an exit interview to cnn. >>> a huge steroid scandal explodes, including big names like alex rodriguez. now the league is speaking out. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." a major speech on a hot button issue. president obama speaking out a while ago in las vegas about comprehensive immigration reform. his remarks come one day after a bipartisan group of senators laid out a framework for a possible bill that would be a path to citizenship to increase border security. but the president also made it clear if congress can't act quickly on that, he'll put forward his own bill. our chief white house correspondent jessica yellin is standing by. detail for us what is in the president's proposal? >> reporter: wolf, detail is the key word. in the past, the president has been accused of standing for policy proposals short on specifics. not today. president obama laid out a plan for comprehensive immigration reform that would change the immigration system in three central ways. first, it would strengthen workplace enforcement, specifically by making it
real test of leadership. dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >>> i'm carol costello. thank you very much for joining me today. "cnn newsroom" continues right now with ashley ban field. >>> thank you very much, carol. hello, nice to have you with us. there is nothing like an election to focus the attention of lawmakers and presidents. just look at how fast immigration reform went back on the front burner after president obama won more than 70% of the hispanic vote in november. as we speak, the president is en route to nevada. a state that he carried by more than six points over mitt romney despite an imploding economy there. any guesses who kept that state blue? the president is pitching a comprehensive immigration rewrite that may sound a lot like the senate plan that was unveiled yesterday. however, it will not sound identical. cnn's brianna keilar joins me from the white house now. so will the president propose something completely different than what the senate has already done, and is there a risk of confusing everyone? >> reporter: no, i don't think he'll propose something entirely
, all three watching, hoping that dream becomes reality. miguel marquez, cnn, savannah, georgia. >> tom tancredo is a former congressman from colorado, maria cardona is a contributor for us. i appreciate your taking the time to join us. representative tancredo, john mccain is part of this bipartisan drupe. like i said, a lot of people together you wouldn't expect to be standing together. but here's what he said about why republicans have to do this deal and do this deal now. >> elections. elections. the republican party is losing the support of our hispanic citizens. and we realize that there are many issues in which we think we are in agreement with our hispanic citizens, but this is a preeminent issue for those citizens. >> obviously, when you look at the election last time, president obama got 71% of the latino vote. mitt romney, 27%. is john mccain right? >> no, he really isn't. he's no more right this time than he was back in, what, '87, when he and another gang tried to put together a very similar bill. he and a member of that time of it was called the mccain-kennedy bill. very si
this problem, fix this mess and many of us agree with that. >> reporter: brianna keilar, cnn, washington. >> coming up in our next hour we'll talk with democratic congressman joe garcia from florida about the immigration reform push in the house. >>> the search is on right now for a u.s. air force fighter jet that may have crashed during training exercise. they lost contact with it last night over the aid reattic sea. they're searching through rain and snow and dealing with poor visibility. it was reported there's an oil slick in the area. the pilot's condition is yet unknown. >>> new developments in the brazil nightclub inferno. four people have been arrested, a fire that left 231 people dead. two of the people in custody are owners of the kiss nightclub in santa maria. the other two are members of the band that was playing at the club when the fire broke out. police say the band had been using pyrotechnics as part of its stage show before the fire began. >>> boy scouts of america has considered changing its long standing policy against allowing openly gay members. this after months of
okay, you can finally have your burger. >> reporter: a burger to go. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> whopper jr. little whopper. >> i will tell you, watching that, i'm really hungry now. i know that's bad for me. >> are you going to stauf off? >> no, no whoppers. >> that's it for us. thank you very much for watching. you can always follow what's going on here in "the situation room." you can go to twitter @wo twitter @wolfblitzer. you can follow kate, you can follow me. that's it for us. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next, cooperation in washington. no, really, this is not a joke tonight. republicans and democrats coming together with a major bipartisan move. this is a major deal, and the fight may be coming. >>> plus, president obama called hillary clinton one of the finest secretaries of state in american history. but guess what? not everybody thinks that's true. >>> and later in the show, a follow up to last week's "outfront" investigation. a catholic hospital says life begins at birth, not conception. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening. everyone.
feels they have to change things up after cnn polling shows that more than half americans say that allowing the illegal immigrants to be american citizens should be policy. all of this a day before president obama is set to lay out his plan on immigration proposal in nevada. here to talk about it is gloria borger, and cornell belcher, and political contributor and republican consultant margaret hoover. gloria, let me start with you. what is so different this time around for the republicans? simply the reality of november's election? >> yeah, they are worried about their own survival as a political party. one way to survive as a party is to broaden your base and not remain hostage to a single part of it. and i think that has been the problem for the republican party when you talk about john mccain. when john mccain was challenged from the right in 2010, when he was running for re-election to the senate, he became much more conservative on immigration policy. now i think he's sort of unshackled and he's back to the position he was in in 2005 and 2007. i mean, you know, i spent a
face his real test of leadership. dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >>> that does it for me. poppy harlow is next in the "cnn newsroom." take it away. >>> it's one of the most controversial issues in america. and why this hour president obama announces his plan on immigration reform. i'm poppy harlow. roll it. >>> death defying and terrifying. why a tragic accident at the x games is raising eyebrows about the sport of extremes. >>> plus -- >> this 13-hour procedure was performed by a team of 16 plastic orthopedic and microvascular surgeons. >> a war vet becomes the seventh person in the country to have his arms replaced. >>> and hillary clinton's exit interview. this hour, cnn sits down with america's top diplomat and her final days as secretary of state. >>> hi, everyone. a dramatic report out of miami is focusing new attention on baseball. and that sport's ongoing battle against performance enhancing drugs. this in the news again. the miami new times newspaper has published the names of big league players allegedly connected to, of all things, an anti-aging clinic located in south flori
costello, "cnn newsroom" begins right now. >> good morning to you both and good morning to all of you. stories we're watching now in the newsroom, defying gravity and flirting with death the thrill-seeking x games turns somber with word one injured athlete has taken a turn for the words. >>> protecting the nfl shield and nfl player, the league and the union near a deal to fund research on concussions and other injuries. >>> president obama on the road and on message for a chief priority of his second term today, he wraps his arms around a new senate plan to reform the nation's immigration system. >>> and it seems logical if you're a safe driver you should pay less for car insurance. too bad that's not the case anymore. the difference in price quotes might shock you. "the newsroom" starts now. good morning, and thank you so much for being with us. i'm carol costello. we begin with the adrenalin-fueled x games, and new questions this morning as the high-flying competition, has it become too extreme, too dangerous? 25-year-old caleb moore who competes in snowmobile freestyle is in critic
cnn. democrats in the caucus told him not to announce his own legislation. d immigration talks that sensitive. the president has a plan that is more liberal than the plan, including a quicker path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. >> the thing? conservatives not happy with that senate plan, saying it is a path to amnesty. but democratic senator chuck schumer speaking yesterday on the hill of new york, says, look, the time right now is perfect. >> we believe this will be the year congress finally gets it done. politics on this issue have been turned upside down. first time ever, more political risk in opposing immigration reform than in supporting it. >> we're joined by white house correspondent brianna keilar, following the president's big moment on this issue. good morning, brianna. >> reporter: good morning, brooke and john. the president heading out west today. you may not know this, but he's had a plan, a brew print on immigration reform for almost two years now. it was seen more as a political message ahead of an election rather than a genuine push for change her
as secretary of state, her exit interview takes place here on cnn. see it first today at 5:00 eastern. >>> mississippi river, they are still trying to clean up that oil spill. two barges filled with oil struck a bridge near vicksburg early sunday morning. the tank holding 80,000 gallons of oil and one of the barges started leaking after the collision. the gulf strike team is helping out with the cleanup but the job could get harder because the dangerous weather leaded through the mississippi valley. want to bring in chad meyers looking at this line of thunderstorms moving into the deep south. that's going to happen, what, this afternoon? >> yes, it is. right now these storms are moving at 75 miles per hour. so the significance here is you may not have time to get out of the way unless you already have a plan. and tornado watch means you should have a plan going on right now. there's very cold air to the west. there's very warm air. a summer or springlike storm, because the air around it is springlike. lots of lightning. red boxes here from missouri back down even into dallas, texas, w
white house strategy. eight is throughout the campaign. how many interviews did cnn get with president obama? zero. how many did the people who really know him again? how many interviews did drive time radio get? tavis: he has been on 60 minutes a dozen times. that is his favorite outlets. that is their track record, asking the tough questions. >> in the beginning of the second term, nobody wants to upset the relationship with the white house. i had conversations with journalists who told me there is so much they cannot write or say because they will lose access, and that is always the case. there is always something you cannot say or write. you always want to get as close to that line as possible. you want to oust the tough questions. you cannot orient about access. -- you cannot worry about access. tavis: how is our democracy and who served by journalists afraid to ask the right questions because they do not want to lose access. >> i do not think it is served at all. it is these celebrities station of politics. -- celebritization of politics. it is easier to go along with that. it is
interrogation helped lead to bin laden. john mccain went on cnn. >> you believe when watching this movie that waterboarding and torture leads to information that leads, then, to the elimination of osama bin laden. that's not the case. >> reporter: in december, a group of powerful senators including the chair of the intelligence committee, dianne feinstein wrote the cia requesting documents asking for related information to the cia's cooperation with the movie director. >> i took notes and you compile the research and dramatize it. >> reporter: they told me the same last fall before the film's release and before the senate probe. >> you decided certainly to start in the early years with torture. was that important for you to put in there? >> i think for both of us is to be accurate and it's not an easy subject but it's part of this ten-year long hunt. >> reporter: no movie has been the subject of such congressional scrutiny since the '40s. >> we're standing in the shadow of capitol hill right now. and you have dianne feinstein launching this investigation first to see how you got your inf
nothing than cnn conservative commentator and inertial lump erick erickson. [ laughter ] >> really the biggest problem is, what does it matter? we could shut down production of everything tomorrow that causes greenhouse gases and china and india aren't. and even if everyone did, the effects wouldn't take effect 'til a hundred years from now. >> stephen: yeah, what's the point of going to all that trouble, if me and erick erickson won't be around to enjoy it? [ laughter ] sure, our grandkids will, but i don't want to be one of those grandpas who spoils his grandkids with a habitable planet. [ laughter ] it's the same reason i won't buy life insurance. i get hit by a bus and my family gets rich? sorry, but i don't want anybody happy at my funeral. [ laughter ] but that wasn't erickson's only non-solution. he dug down deep and helped even less. >> it seems like it's a problem we probably have to get used to as opposed to something we can cure. >> stephen: yes, we just need to get used to it. erickson has finally hit the fifth stage of conservative climate change grief: denial, denial,
interview i have been trying to get in the last two years on cnn, first of all. >> i have done well. a lot. >> let me ask you at the top, why do you think they keep coming to you, because there are two schools of thought. one is you're the most brilliant interviewer on television, and the other is that you give them a soft time. neither of which i suspect is entirely the truth. >> i think first of all, he likes "60 minutes." we have a huge audience. we have a format that suits him. it's long. we can do 12 minutes or 24 minutes. we do a good job of editing. and i have been doing these interviews with him since a few weeks before he declared his candidacy. so i covered him during the campaign and have kept doing it in the white house. but i think it's a question of fairness. we have not -- i think he knows that we're not going to play gotcha with him. we're not going to go out of our way to make him look bad or stupid, and we'll let him answer the question. >> and what i felt watching it, and it was gripping to watch, is about half an hour long, the final cut. >> a little less. >> right, abo
. >> cenk: netanyahu's party is down to 31 seats because partly the new party that cnn was mentioning has picked up 19 seats. they were just in existence starting last year. that is amazing. well who is their leader? yair lapid. >> we are the period of israeli middle class the old fashioned tax payers who served in the army and afterwards worked hard all their life, paying high tax and see that they cannot afford an apartment for their children, the cost of living is going up, there is nothey're becoming more frustrated with the way things are going on here. >> cenk: person here to talk about that is david seagull representing the southwestern united states. thank you for joining us, david. we appreciate it. >> thank you for having me. >> cenk: let's talk about the results of the election and the ramifications it will have. was it more in your opinion about domestic politics or more about foreign politics? >> it was. it was more about domestic politics in israel, the cost of living, cost of housing political reform. yair lapid representative of the middle class is the rising player in the
came after a private meeting with democratic members of the congressional hispanic caucus. cnn reports that those members urged the president not to unveil his own legislation for fear of compromising this -- these delicate bipartisan talks. jay carney the spokesman of the house with seems to confirm that that happened. >> i'm not going to negotiate legislative tactics from here but we will be working with congress, with both houses both parties to help bring about a result that is a detailed specific bill that can win bipartisan support in congress and that this president can sign. >> jennifer: so it's going to start in the senate with the bipartisan gang of 8, and it is still going to have to go to the house, but it still might have a chance if boehner can get his caucus on board. and john boehner released a statement saying . . . but learning about the issue is not on the agenda for the truly rabid right. of course roll out rush limbaugh, here he is speaking for that wing of the republican party. >> i don't know that there's any stopping this. i -- i m
on either msnbc or cnn and think what they're supposed to be, dealing with ahmadinejad or iran and yet, they're like getting into petty squabbles with networks. >> remember what the president said. he said there are lots of republicans who really would want to work with democrats, but they're just afraid of being punished by fox. well, the fact is that there's a lot of significant difference between republicans and democrats on the hill right now. fox news has nothing to do with it. they have significantly different visions of how much money the government should spend and how much it should tax. >> of course, there is a stion,s are more inclined to compromise and i've heard senator harry reid's feet to the fire on this whole budget business because unless he puts a budget on the table, there can't begin to be a discussion to compromise. so, you know, he should call up senator harry reid and tell him to start compromising. >> the president said that for a long time. that he and the democrats are more willing to compromise than the republicans, but somehow the compromise doesn't happen. >> an
that members of a party wouldn't go on ms-nbc or here or cnn. if you think they are supposed to be dealing with ahmadinejad of iran but they are squabbling with the networks. >> he said, there are lots of republicans who would work with the democrats, but they are afraid of being punished by fox. there is a lot of significant difference between the republicans and the democrats on the hill. fox news has nothing to do with this. they have significantly different visions of how much government -- money the government should spend and how much it should tax. >> of course, there is the suggestion in the article that the democrats are more inclined to compromise. of course, i have held senator harry reid's fight to the fire on the budget business because unless he puts a budget on the table, there can't begin to be a discussion to compromise. so, you know -- he should call up senator reid and tell him to start compromising. >> the president has said that for a long time, said that he and the democrats are more willing to compromise, but somehow, the compromise doesn't happen. >> as they say, ne
volkswagon and audi released their videos. according to cnn companies are spending four million for a 30 second spot. that is half million more than last year. >> a new court ruling means that complaining about the boss on facebook could cost your job. >> good morning. think about a tax return. i.r.s. efforts to fight identity theft and false returns may slow things down by a week. the i.r.s. begins to accept 2012 returns tomorrow. if you have a college degree you may be overqualified for your job. a new center study said 48 percent of the college grads are in jobs they are more than qualified for. there are 42 million college grads on the work force . be careful what you say about the boss on facebook. you may be at risk of getting fired. the national labor relation board had ruled that employees were free to. but those regulations are in question because that was appointed when the senate was not in recess. >> it is now 5:24 can time for a check on the weather forecast and leaves me speechless. >> it should. it is going to be that warm. what is more? mike? >> temperatures are around av
" interview with president obama and secretary of state clinton was so soft. on cnn last night, pirees morgan asked cbs steve croft why president obama keeps coming on "60 minutes." croft said, "i think it's a question of fairness. i think he knows that we are not going to play gotcha with him and he are not going to go out of our way to make him look bad or stupid and we'll let him answer the questions. news besters said of -- news busters said of that answer how proud folks at cbs must be where they have an environment that the president of the united states feels comfortable coming on their network without any concern he might be challenged and therefore look bad or stupid. atlantic panned the interview calling it embarrassing failure is that uncovered no new information, arguing the daily show's jon steb wart asks tougher questions. "there is something deeply wrong with american journalism when the host of a half-hour comedy show with a left-leaning audience easily outperforms an award-winning "60 minutes" correspondent." a 5-year-old boy in cape cod, massachusetts, faces a possible suspe
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